Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli are both looking to make Virginia's election for governor into a referendum on Obamacare.
Cuccinelli had been trailing in the polls, but recent surveys show he's within one or two points of McAuliffe.
Cuccinelli is promising to continue the fight he began as the state's attorney general against the Affordable Care Act.
What issues will come into play for this state-level election? Ryan Nobles, anchor and political reporter with NBC in Richmond, answers this and more, on CBN Newswatch, Oct. 4.
"No more Obamacare in Virginia," Cuccinelli said Sunday. "That's the message we can send."
McAulifee supports the law and promises to use it to expand Medicaid for health care coverage for 400,000 Virginians.
McAuliffe has won the battle of the airwaves by a 10 to 1 margin.
The race will be decided by the few people who vote. According to the state Board of Elections chief, turnout could be as low as 30 percent.